Fully Inclusive Design

Tap enables visually impaired and disabled people to input quickly and accurately, with full privacy and control.

Tap allows vision-free, voice free communication and control of smartphones and other Bluetooth devices using just the fingers of one hand and any surface. Tap is a comfortable wearable that sits at the base of your fingers – you don’t need to hold anything. It is made up of 5 adjustable soft u-shaped rings connected to each other with a braid. Users can compose text and control their mobile devices by tapping different easy to learn finger combinations on just about any available surface.

The Tap Alphabet finger combinations are easy to learn with our fun vision-free gaming app called TapAloud available on the App Store. The simple game and mnemonics teach you to tap so quickly you’ll forget you’re learning.

In addition to texting, Tap supports Apple’s VoiceOver capabilities. We have created taps for the most commonly used VoiceOver functions. VoiceOver users, can text, navigate and control their phones without ever taking it out of their pockets, perfect when you’re on the go. Imagine answering calls and sending texts by simply wearing earbuds and tapping on your thigh, while your phone stays in your bag or pocket.


Accessible Downloads

In this section of our website you will find accessible downloadable materials for our products.

Download Tap's VoiceOver Mapping
A Glossary for Voiceover taps that are not yet taught in TapAloud
Download TAP's Accessible Glossary
A glossary that includes all the Tap combinations for texts, shortcuts and VoiceOver taps
Download the TapAloud Mobile App
TapAloud is the accessible version of the Tap Learning System



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